Korean researchers develop faster, cheaper method for DNA synthesis 프린터로 복사하듯

Local researchers have developed a faster and cheaper way of synthesizing DNA, which could enable scientists to create things like tailor-made drugs. They call it “sniper cloning” and the technology is expected to have numerous applications in science, medicine and other fields. Sohn Jung-in has more. Last year, U.S. researchers engineered a bacterium with an […]

Genome Editing with CRISPR-Cas9

[MUSICAL INTRO] [MUSIC PLAYING] SPEAKER: Every cell in our body contains a copy of our genome, over 20,000 genes, 3 billion letters of DNA. DNA consists of two strands, twisted into a double helix and held together by a simple pairing rule. A pairs with T, and G pairs with C. Our genes shape who […]

Researchers Jump-start Ancient DNA

Well, what we’re doing is we’re investigating the preservation of DNA in microbes, within water inclusions in embedded in minerals . . . . that have been deposited over the last million years, and in some cases, much longer than that. Well, there’s been a lot of work on this stuff, done for decades. And, […]

How to extract DNA from strawberries

Hi, I am Dr. Eric Green. I am the director of the National Human Genome Research Institute, at the National Institutes of Health. I am here with my wonderful side-kick. I am Dr. Carla Easter, also at the National Human Genome Research Institute, at the National Institutes of Health. And I am the education specialist. […]

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